Hello, and welcome!
A bunch of new things are in the works. The Circuit Bent Bikestra is headed to the Cleveland Makers Fair this April 13th, 2013 at the Cleveland Public Library in Cleveland, OH. It should be a great time, and this time the Bikestra has gotten a make over! The new system is for hand built circuits. You can see the display bicycle in the short video below (be sure to turn the sound ON for maximum effect):
I’ll have schematics on hand to share for this bicycle instrument, plus some great circuits built by my colleague John Talbert in the TIMARA program at Oberlin.
I’ll be posting pictures of the event, plus the schematic for the 555 bikestra circuit, to my website soon. Until then, I’ll leave the schematic here in case you want to give it a go:
On April 25th, I’ll be presenting a new performance art piece titled “bi-product of labor”, at the R.D. Baron Gallery at 65 East College Street,Oberlin, Ohio 44074.
ENACT is also part of “Present and Accounted,” a year-long 25th anniversary celebration
of the Cleveland Performance Art Festival (1988-99). This will include performance
art activity at venues such as MOCA, SPACES, The Sculpture Center, Cleveland State
University, Cuyahoga Community College, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
Institute of Art, Oberlin College and others.
I will post more about the internet based exhibition that ENACT is a part of soon.
Also, this summer look for my first commercial release, at waters edge, which will be released on vinyl via Band Camp. When it gets a little closer, I’ll post some samples, and links to where to find the album.
Lyn Goeringer is an intermedia artist whose work focuses on the intersection of power, space, place, and the Everyday.
Currently, she teaches in the TIMARA program at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio.